Il pagamento è un momento critico che può fare la differenza tra un sito di successo ed uno che non genera abbastanza business.
Attraverso vari strumenti PayPal offre la possibilità di poter gestire in tutta sicurezza gli incassi nel mondo online. In questo intervento verranno presentate le differenti modalità di integrazione dei prodotti PayPal illustrando i vari step (dalla sandbox al rilascio in produzione) necessari a creare rapidamente un’integrazione di successo.
The MySQL Server is a very widely used open source database system which is often used as the storage backend for PHP-powered sites. Therefore performing MySQL backups and maintaining a secure installation are two very common tasks for any site administrator. In this talk, Lenz will provide useful hints and suggestions on how to improve the security of a MySQL installation and how to properly perform backups of the databases and tables. The session will cover both tools that are included in the MySQL Server distribution as well as common utilities and facilities provided by the operating system (Linux in particular). The part about improving MySQL Server security will talk about the available mechanisms on the server side and how they can be reinforced and accompanied with security features on the Operating System level. Various backup methods for MySQL exist (both logical and physical. The second part of the session will cover several available options and highlight some practical solutions as well as related tools. Users attending this session will hopefully pick up some useful hints and learn about best practices on how to secure their MySQL installations and how to perform proper and consistent backups.
This talk gives an introduction to Bazaar (bzr) - the distributed source code revision control system developed by Canonical Inc.
n this session, Lenz will provide an overview about the general concepts of distributed source code revision control and how Bazaar (bzr) fits into this picture. The bzr terminology and most useful commands will be explained as well as examples on topics like:
* Creating a repository
* Adding files
* Editing files and commiting changes
* Plugins and extensions, Interoperability with other SCM systems
Attendees will have a better understanding on how distributed revision control works in principle and how it can be utilized with Bazaar. The basic commands needed to get going will be covered, so users can get familiar with the concept by themselves.
My name is Lenz Grimmer and I am a Linux/Open Source enthusiast. I currently live in Hamburg, Germany and I work for Oracle as a member of the MySQL community relations team. Before I joined that team in December 2005, I worked there as a senior production engineer, in charge of producing the offical MySQL server release builds.
Before, I was a developer in the distribution development team of SuSE Linux AG in Nuernberg, Germany from April 1998 until the end of March 2002.
Rasmus Lerdorf is known for having gotten the PHP project off the ground in 1995 and has contributed to a number of other open source projects over the years. He was most recently an infrastructure architect at Yahoo! for more than 7 years before joining WePay in 2010. He was born in Greenland, grew up in Denmark and Canada and has a Systems Design engineering degree from the University of Waterloo. You can follow @rasmus on Twitter.
Doctrine 2 is a major evolution of the original version. Many edge cases and problems were discovered through the development of it. This new version re-writes a lot of code, re-organizes and re-names things and introduces many new features. The most exciting fact of Doctrine 2 is that it will require PHP 5.3 and it takes advantage of some of the brand new features of PHP that have never been seen before. Not only will Doctrine 2 have new functionality but the performance will be significantly better. In this talk we will discuss these new features and show some code examples of what is to come with the next major version of Doctrine!
Doctrine is an object relational mapper (ORM) for PHP 5.2.3+ that sits on top of a powerful database abstraction layer (DBAL). One of its key features is the option to write database queries in a proprietary object oriented SQL dialect called Doctrine Query Language (DQL), inspired by Hibernates HQL. This provides developers with a powerful alternative to SQL that maintains flexibility without requiring unnecessary code duplication.